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Proceedings of the House, 1860
Volume 660, Page 897   View jpeg image (286K)
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1860.] OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.           897

address, I will remove Judge Stump from the Criminal Court
of Baltimore.

THO. H. HICKS.
Which was read.

Mr. Morgan offered the following:

Ordered, That the Chief Clerk of this House send to each
member of the present session of the Congress of the United
States a copy of the reports of the committee on Elections, on
the right of the sitting members in this House from the city
of Baltimore to their seats as members of this body;

Which was adopted.
On motion of Briscoe,

The General Appropriation bills were made the order the
day for half-past three o'clock.

The Secretary of the Senate returned the following bills;

The bill entitled, an act to refund to B. F. Anderson, exe-
cutor of Wm. Anderson, deceased, money eroneously paid by
him into the Treasury of the State ;

The bill entitled, an act to amend the code of public local
laws of this State, by providing otherwise than is therein en-
acted for the selection of grand and petit jurors for Baltimore
city;

The bill entitled, an act to give Samuel T. Stonestreet,
trustee of Silas Browning, late sheriff of Montgomery county,
further time to complete, his collections ;

The bill entitled, an act for the relief of Joseph Stewart,
late clerk of the Circuit court of Charles county ;

The bill entitled, an act appropriating a sum of money for
the payment of the claims of Dennis H. Maynard, Thomas J.
Keating, Joseph H. Skinner, John Schofield, S. E. Sullivan.
Edwin W. Duvall, N. I. Worthington, George Dutton, Sam-
uel S. Riley, N. Brewer, the Annapolis Gas Light company,
Thomas Ireland and George Jacobi;

The bill entitled, an act for the better collection of the rev-
enue of this State, from certain sales by auction in the city of
Baltimore ;

The bill entitled, an act to authorise the Treasurer of this
State, upon the warrant of the Comptroller, to pay a sum of
money to John D. Ehlers, a private in the Baltimore City
Guard, who was seriously injured during the riots on the
main stem of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad in the mouth

 

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